Here are some photos I took at this past year’s firework show in my hometown in Brewerton, NY. Every July 3rd they shoot fireworks off of a barge, located on the Oneida River. I’m normally out in the open for photographing the big bursts, but this year I wanted to throw a train bridge infront of the action. Note that the 4th image down shows horizontal streaks of light going across the bridge and in the water. That was a train that came clacketing through. Nice timing! Poor timing for the folks who thought it was a good idea to watch the fireworks from the train bridge! Enjoy and feel free to share this blog post with your friends!
Spring is here in Central New York. Water droplets were over just about everything outside and despite a heavy chill in the air, I wanted to capture some of nature’s wonderful little decorations. On a quick stroll through my front yard, I found this magical object. It’s the remains of a leaf. I thought it was pretty cool looking, seeing all of its beautiful, ornate vein structures in perfect condition, yet the leaf, itself, is long gone.
Every year for the past 4 years or so, I’ve entered the realm of firework photography. They have a great firework show every July 3rd, in my hometown, Brewerton, NY, on Oneida Lake. I see (and laugh) at everyone who … Continue reading →